Currently | September 2018

September 7, 2018

the view from the getty museum last weekend! so beautiful.

I know I’m two days late with this but I wanted to write it anyway! I missed out on joining up with this linkup through Anne of In Residence in August, and I genuinely missed it, too. It’s fun to do a little catch up every month and have a record of the little things I might otherwise never write about. I think that’s part of why I love blogging: sure, there’s hundreds of photos on Instagram that give a picture of my life, but blogging has always felt different to me. It’s felt like I can be a bit more of myself here. Everyone says blogging is dying but I’m a writer at heart and I’m always going to love it.

starting | I’m starting marathon training at the end of the month! I can’t believe that it’s already time to start again. It’s true that time does really fly sometimes. I think now that I know what to expect, I’m going to write a weekly (or maybe biweekly) “Marathon Monday” series on the blog. I did that three(!!) summers ago when I was training for my first half marathon, and I really liked it. My plan would be to write out my training schedule and some thoughts about how training is going each week. 

buying | I’m buying as little as possible! I did really well with sticking to my food plan this week and didn’t impulse buy any snacks. I do need to buy access to the marathon training plan and next week my hosting for my blog renews. Anyone have a spare $200 they want to gift me?!

sharing | I’m hoping to start sharing more words here again. I’m still sharing a room with my roommate Bri. I’m sharing more of my true self with people, actual feelings rather than what I think people want to hear.

reading | Last night I finished The Heart’s Invisible Furies by John Boyne. It was absolutely incredible and will 100% be on my top 10 list at the end of the year. It’s long (~600 pages) and heart wrenching, but so, so well-written and entirely worth it. Before that I finished Beartown by Fredrick Backman, which was also incredible. I know I still need to write my book posts for July and August, if only for consistency’s sake. Goodreads says I’m 7 books behind my goal, so I better pick up the pace a little bit!

recording | I just wrote a list of music I’m loving right now. For so long my bullet journal has been solely a planning tool, but many moons ago when I first started (about two years ago) I recorded all sorts of random lists + stories in there. I’d love to do a bit more of that again, as I think it’s so fun to look back and see things I loved. I’m itching to get back to Project Life but it’s hard as I don’t have much space to set it up, since we don’t have any real table space.


Thanks for reading! Would love to hear what you are up to too. I hate when bloggers are all “I’m sorry, I promise I’ll blog more” but what they really mean is “I know I’ve been gone for three months and I swear I’m going to blog more but you’ll actually really only see another post from me in two more months,” so I’ll just say that I have more posts in the works and hopefully you will be reading them soon!

2 thoughts on “Currently | September 2018

  1. Amy

    Girl I’m so late posting mine, so I get it! 🙂
    I can’t wait to follow around with your marathon training! I would love to start training for a half / tri!
    You’ve got this lady!

    I also want to start bullet journaling, it looks so cathartic!

    Have a lovely weekend. 🙂

    Cheers,
    Amy
    https://alovedlifeblog.com/

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  2. Anne

    So glad you were able to join in again this month! I’m with you – it’s really nice to have a blog to just record and share a little – I’ve never been into journaling about what’s going on or things I want to remember (my bullet journal really is pretty much just a book of to-do lists!), but I love how a blog serves basically as a journal. A kind of writing I really enjoy! And I’m so excited to see that you loved Heart’s Invisible Furies, because I currently have it on my shelf – definitely the motivation I needed to move it to the top of the pile 🙂 Beartown was one of my favorite reads of last year, and I loved Us Against You, the follow-up that came out recently…

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